APCO Greater China Chairman James McGregor discusses his outlook and challenges for US-China relations. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Yvonne Man from the sidelines of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore.
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Business should not focus on GDP predictions or potential stimulus measures but whether China’s recent market oriented shift is real and lasting
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James McGregor, APCO Worldwide, joins Morgan Brennan and the ‘CNBC Special: Taking Stock’ to discuss the disappearance of Bao Fan, a Chinese tech investor who seems to have gone missing.
Jim McGregor, Kevin Rudd and Tammy Tan at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore.
“He has an economy that’s the worst in 30 years,” McGregor said Tuesday in a television interview on the sidelines of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum in Singapore. “He’s got youth unemployment that they say is 20% — who knows how high it is. Internationally, China’s reputation is very low.” “And so he has to work his way out